The nominee for attorney general said his office led federal gun prosecutions during his tenure as a U.S. attorney, but available records don’t support that statement.
A study of the state’s gun-violence orders shows that collecting weapons from “high-risk” people may decrease the number of suicides.
In a country with a high rate of gun ownership, shrinking the military saved lives.
Programs that limit those with a documented history of expressing rage from accessing firearms could help stop the next massacre.
The loophole that allowed him to shoot up a church in Charleston one year ago hasn’t been closed.
Cooperation between the lobbying organization and the gun industry date back to the 1930s when lawmakers sought to keep weapons out of the hands of gangsters.
Today’s pro-gun politicians can’t avoid the fact that these founding fathers explicitly banned firearms from the university they founded.
The residual lead from years of spent bullets can endanger human health and contaminate the surrounding area. And yet there’s little federal oversight.
The agency’s former leaders say it could do more to explore the subject, but its officials fear political—and personal—retribution.
His Supreme Court case paved the way for hundreds of guns-rights lawsuits in America—but in Washington, D.C., he’s still waging war.
The attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan led the First Lady to champion landmark legislation.
The state senator—and NRA member—Miguel Diaz de la Portilla defeated two prominent campus carry bills in “the Gunshine State.”
A lawsuit brought by families of victims blames the marketing of military-style guns to civilians.
Despite a spike in sales, Hawaii boasts persistently low rates of violence involving firearms, offering lessons for the rest of the United States.